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Share portal

Our share portal allows quick and easy access to your online shareholding, providing 24-hour access so that you can attend to your investment at any time.

Once you've registered you can login to:

  • view your holding balance and indicative share price and valuation
  • view transactions on your holding and dividends you have received
  • access a wide range of shareholder information including downloadable forms
  • cast your proxy vote online

Access the share portal here: www.shareview.co.uk

This website is run and managed by our registrar, Equiniti.

Share dealing

Equiniti provides a trading facility for you to buy or sell Petrofac shares issued in the form of paper share certificates.

For UK shareholders

Visit www.shareview.co.uk and click on Share dealing from the menu bar. From here you can find out more about the service or choose to buy or sell shares online.

You do not need an account with Equiniti to trade and you can receive real-time prices when you make your trade. Fees are charged at 1.5% (subject to a £45 minimum) up to a trade value of £50,000, with any incremental trade value over £50,000 being charged at 0.25%.

This service is only available to shareholders with a UK registered address.

For Petrofac employees

If you wish to buy or sell shares, go to the Petrofac Hub and click on Our Company from the menu bar and then on Petrofac Shares from the drop-down menu. From here you can download the Employee Share Dealing Service forms. You can also request the forms by emailing ECDdealing@equiniti.com

If you have any questions, please email ECDdealing@equiniti.com or you can call +44 (0)808 100 1045 (international call costs and local charges will apply). Fees are charged at 0.25%, subject to a £20 minimum. This service is only available to Petrofac employees and to ex-employees up to three years from the date of leaving the Company.

Please be aware that if you use the Employee Share Dealing Service to buy shares, you will not be able to use the service to sell these purchased shares in the future and you would need to find an alternative broker. Only shares received by way of employee share awards qualify for sale via the Employee Share Dealing Service.

Please also be aware that the Petrofac Share Dealing Code does not allow employees to deal on a short-term basis. A sale of shares purchased less than a year previously will be considered a dealing of a short-term nature.

Vested Share Account (VSA) - selling shares held electronically in the VSA

Shareworks by Morgan Stanley offer a sales facility for shares held electronically in the Vested Share Account (VSA).

To sell your VSA shares, log-in to your Shareworks account at https://petrofac-shares.solium.com or via the Shareworks app. Fees are charged at 0.25%, subject to a £20 minimum.

For more information, please go to the Petrofac Hub, click on Our Company from the menu bar and then on Petrofac Shares from the drop-down menu. From here you can also access your Shareworks account via Single Sign On (provided you have previously activated your account).

If you have any questions, Shareworks can be contacted by phone + 1 877 380 7793 (international) or 0800 088 5912 (UK) or by email at help.emea@solium.com or via the online chat available once you have logged in to your account.

If you wish to sell EnQuest shares, please go to www.enquest.com or contact their Registrars, Link Asset Services.

Shareholder warning – unsolicited calls and scams

Shareholders should be very wary of any unsolicited advice, offers to buy shares at a discount, or offers of free company reports on the Company.

Share scams are usually run from ‘boiler rooms’ where fraudsters cold-call investors offering to sell them what often turn out to be worthless, overpriced or even non-existent shares. While they promise high returns, those who invest usually end up losing their money.

Fraudsters can be very persistent and extremely persuasive when tempting investors into scams. You will often be told that you need to make a quick decision or miss out on the deal. The high-pressure sales tactics can come by telephone, email, post or at a seminar; and it is not just the novice investor that has been duped in this way, as even seasoned investors have been caught out.

Companies have become aware that their shareholders have received unsolicited phone calls or correspondence concerning investment matters which imply a connection to the company. You are strongly advised to deal only with financial services firms that are authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which are unlikely to contact you out of the blue.

If you suspect you have been approached by fraudsters, please contact the FCA using the share fraud reporting form.

You can also call the FCA Helpline on +44 (0)800 111 6768.

If you have already paid money to share fraudsters, you should contact Action Fraud on +44 (0)300 123 2040 or via the Action Fraud website.

If you deal with an unauthorised firm, you would not be eligible to receive payment under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

Remember: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

E-communications

We aim to be sustainable in every part of our business. Each year, millions of annual and interim reports are printed and sent by listed companies to their shareholders – many are unwanted or unread.

There is another way for you to receive this information and shareholders can now choose to access shareholder communications electronically.

Benefits of e-communications

  • quicker delivery of documents
  • ability to access reports and results via the internet, wherever you are, and at any time
  • less chance of documentation being lost in postal systems
  • cost savings for the Company on print and postage
  • better for the environment as less paper is used
  • opportunity to proactively manage your shareholding, including changes to personal details

What you need to do

To receive your shareholder communications electronically, simply log on to the Share Portal.

You will have the opportunity to choose how to receive notifications of shareholder documentation availability, which can either be by email or by post. The default option is hard copy and if you do not wish to receive your documents electronically, you do not have to take any action.

If you have any questions about registering for electronic communications, please contact Equiniti.